TWI548342B - Single bearing reel - Google Patents

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TWI548342B
TWI548342B TW100104406A TW100104406A TWI548342B TW I548342 B TWI548342 B TW I548342B TW 100104406 A TW100104406 A TW 100104406A TW 100104406 A TW100104406 A TW 100104406A TW I548342 B TWI548342 B TW I548342B
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Shinichi Morimoto
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Shimano Kk
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01KANIMAL HUSBANDRY; CARE OF BIRDS, FISHES, INSECTS; FISHING; REARING OR BREEDING ANIMALS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; NEW BREEDS OF ANIMALS
    • A01K89/00Reels
    • A01K89/015Reels with a rotary drum, i.e. with a rotating spool
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01KANIMAL HUSBANDRY; CARE OF BIRDS, FISHES, INSECTS; FISHING; REARING OR BREEDING ANIMALS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; NEW BREEDS OF ANIMALS
    • A01K89/00Reels
    • A01K89/015Reels with a rotary drum, i.e. with a rotating spool
    • A01K89/0192Frame details
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01KANIMAL HUSBANDRY; CARE OF BIRDS, FISHES, INSECTS; FISHING; REARING OR BREEDING ANIMALS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; NEW BREEDS OF ANIMALS
    • A01K89/00Reels
    • A01K89/015Reels with a rotary drum, i.e. with a rotating spool
    • A01K89/01931Spool or spool shaft details

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Single bearing reel
The present invention relates to a fishing reel, and more particularly to a single-bearing reel that can be mounted on a fishing rod.
A single-bearing reel having a spool shaft supported by a reel body, comprising: a reel body, a reel shaft supported by the reel body on the reel body, and a reel rotatably mounted on the reel shaft . The reel body has a circular plate shape, and has a circumferential surface portion extending in the axial direction at the outer peripheral portion facing each other. Further, a cymbal mounting portion (foot body) for the fishing rod mounting is fixed to the outer side surface of the reel body. The armor includes a fixing portion that is fixed to an outer side surface of the reel body, and a leg portion that is attached to the outer side of the reel in the radial direction.
In such a single-bearing reel, the angler is fishing to perform the operation of braking the reel. In the case of the brake operation by the finger, the position between the brake operating portion (for example, the flange portion of the reel) by the finger mounting portion and the reel is determined according to the length of the fisherman's finger and the use finger. It is convenient if the distance can be changed. Here, the reel body of the conventional single-bearing reel is composed of a frame that supports the reel cantilever, and a cymbal mounting portion that rotatably or linearly moves the frame (for example, Patent Document 1 refers to ).
The conventional single-bearing reel connects the frame to the rotatably mounted portion outside the radial direction of the reel. Further, in another embodiment, the frame is coupled to the armor mounting portion in a linearly movable manner. In the conventional configuration, in any of the embodiments, one shaft member (adjustment shaft) is screwed by a bolt member (adjustment bolt) to fix the frame and the cymbal mounting portion. In the conventional single-bearing reel, the distance between the fishing rod and the brake operating portion by the fingers of the reel is changed by rotating or linearly moving the cymbal mounting portion to the frame.
[Advanced technical literature] [Patent Literature]
[Patent Document 1] Unexamined Japanese Patent Publication No. 4-30865
In the above-described conventional configuration, the frame is rotated or linearly moved to the cymbal mounting portion by using one shaft member. Thereby, the distance between the brake operating portions by the fingers of the fishing rod and the reel can be varied. However, when the frame is fixed to the armoring portion by using one shaft member, when the prey is hung on the fishing group and a strong load is applied to the reel, the stress concentrates on the shaft member and the shaft member may be broken. .
An object of the present invention is to make the armor mounting portion, the frame and the fixing portion less likely to be broken, and to adjust the distance between the fishing rod and the brake operating portion by the finger.
The single-bearing reel according to the first aspect of the invention is a reel that can be mounted on a fishing rod and can discharge the fishing line forward, and includes a reel for winding, a reel shaft, and a reel body. The reel shaft is a rotatably supported reel. The reel body includes a frame that supports the spool shaft, and a cymbal mounting portion that can be attached to the fishing rod and that is fixed to the frame with a changeable distance from the spool shaft. The frame has a circular frame body and a fixing convex portion provided in such a manner that a center of the frame body is eccentric with respect to the spool shaft and the core of the spool shaft is circularly protruded, The mounting portion has an inner peripheral surface that is fitted to the outer peripheral surface of the fixing convex portion.
In the single-bearing reel, the cymbal mounting portion of the fishing rod is provided such that the inner peripheral surface is fitted to the shaft including the spool shaft centering on the outer surface of the frame body with respect to the core eccentricity The outer peripheral surface of the fixing convex portion in which the core protrudes in a circular shape is fixed to the frame. Therefore, by changing the fixed position in the circumferential direction of the cymbal mounting portion, the distance between the cymbal mounting portion and the reel mounted on the spool shaft can be changed. Here, since the fixing convex portion protrudes in a circular shape so as to include the axis of the spool shaft, the distance between the spool shaft and the fixed portion of the fixing convex portion which does not cause a load due to the fishing line is too large. difference. Therefore, even if a load acts on the spool shaft, an extremely large torque does not act on the fixed portion of the fixed convex portion on the outer peripheral surface away from the spool shaft side, and the fixed portion is less likely to be broken. Here, the cymbal mounting portion and the frame are coupled by a fixing convex portion including the core of the spool shaft and eccentric, and the fishing rod and the finger are fixed by changing the fixing position of the cymbal mounting portion in the circumferential direction. The distance between the operating positions of the brakes is changed. Therefore, when the cymbal mounting portion is fixed to the fixed convex portion of the eccentric core, the fixed portion of the cymbal mounting portion and the frame is less likely to be broken, and the distance between the brake operating portion where the fishing rod and the finger can be adjusted can be adjusted. .
The single-bearing reel according to the second aspect of the invention is the reel according to the first aspect of the invention, further comprising: a fixing portion, an arm portion, and a mounting leg portion. The fixing portion has an inner circumferential surface and is fixed to the frame at any of a plurality of fixed positions in the circumferential direction of the outer circumferential surface of the fixing convex portion. The arm portion is bent outward from the fixing portion and is disposed outward in the radial direction of the spool. The cymbal mounting portion is attached to the fishing rod so as to be disposed at the tip end of the arm portion in the front-rear direction. In this case, the distance between the spool shaft and the cymbal mounting portion can be easily changed by positioning the ring-shaped fixing portion at a plurality of positions in the circumferential direction of the fixing convex portion that is eccentric to the spool shaft.
The single-bearing reel according to the invention of claim 3 is the reel according to the second aspect of the invention, wherein the fixing portion has a ring shape having an inner peripheral surface, and has at least one bolt member for fixing and is spaced apart in the circumferential direction. Configure multiple mounting holes. The frame has a plurality of female screw portions for arranging the bolt members in a circumferential direction at a distance from the fixing holes in the radial direction of the fixing convex portion. In this case, by screwing the bolt member into the female thread portion through the fixing hole, the cymbal mounting portion can be surely fixed to the frame by a plurality of fixed positions different in distance from the spool shaft. Further, when the plurality of bolt members are fixed, the loosening of the bolt members caused by the load is less likely to occur, and all the bolt members are less likely to change even if the fixing position is relaxed.
The single-bearing reel of Invention 4 is the reel of Invention 3, and the frame main body and the fixing convex portion are configured separately. The frame body has a mounting hole in which a fixing convex portion is provided centering on a position of the eccentric core, and a plurality of through holes arranged to face the fixing hole around the mounting hole. The fixing convex portion is disposed on the inner side surface of the frame body. The fixing convex portion has a mounting portion having a larger diameter than the mounting hole, and a protruding portion that penetrates the mounting hole from the mounting portion and protrudes in a circular shape from the outer surface of the frame body. The plurality of female thread portions are disposed on the mounting portion facing the through holes. In this case, since the frame body and the fixing convex portion are formed separately, it is easy to form the fixing convex portion. Further, since the female screw portion is formed in the mounting portion of the fixing convex portion, the shape of the frame main body can be formed into a thin simple circular shape, and the formation of the frame main body becomes easy. Further, the frame body and the cymbal mounting portion may be fixed to the fixing convex portion by the same bolt member.
The single-bearing reel of Invention 5 is the reel of Invention 2, and the frame body and the fixing projection are integrally formed. The fixing portion is a ring shape having an inner circumferential surface, and has a plurality of fixing holes through which at least one bolt member for fixing can pass through at intervals in the circumferential direction. The frame has a plurality of female screw portions which are disposed at intervals in the circumferential direction so as to face the fixing holes on the outer peripheral surface of the fixing convex portion, and are used for screwing the bolt members. In this case, since the female screw portion is formed on the outer circumferential surface of the fixing convex portion, the female screw portion is radially arranged. Therefore, even if the frame body and the fixing convex portion having a small thickness are integrally formed by insert molding or the like, the female screw portion can be easily formed. Further, when the plurality of bolt members are fixed, the loosening of the bolt members caused by the load is less likely to occur, and all the bolt members are less likely to change even if the fixing position is relaxed.
The single-bearing reel according to Invention 6 is the reel according to any one of Inventions 3 to 5, wherein the number of the plurality of female screw portions is larger than the number of the plurality of fixing holes. In this case, since the number of the female screw portions is larger than the number of the fixing holes, it is possible to have more fixing portions than the number of the fixing holes in the circumferential direction of the fixing convex portion. Therefore, the distance from the spool shaft can be changed in more detail.
The single-bearing reel according to the seventh aspect of the invention is the reel according to any one of the inventions 2 to 6, wherein the length of the arm portion in the front-rear direction is 5 mm or more and 20 mm or less. In this case, since the width of the arm portion is narrow, the single-bearing reel can be held by the arm portion such as the index finger and the middle finger, such as a spinning reel.
A single-reel reel according to any one of the first to seventh aspects of the present invention, the reel, comprising: a winding portion that is rotatably supported by the spool shaft, and a winding portion that is disposed near the winding portion One end of the frame and a first flange portion having a larger diameter than the winding portion, and a second flange portion provided at the other end of the winding portion and having a larger diameter than the winding portion, the outer diameter of the frame is larger than the first convex portion The outer diameter of the rim is small. In this case, since the outer diameter of the first flange portion of the spool is larger than the outer diameter of the frame, the first flange portion protrudes outward in the radial direction from the frame. Therefore, any of the first flange portion and the second flange portion can be brake-operated by the finger.
The single-bearing reel according to the ninth aspect of the invention is the reel according to the eighth aspect of the invention, wherein the first flange portion has a first annular projection that protrudes toward the frame at the outer peripheral portion, and the frame is in the inner circumference of the first annular projection. At least one second annular projection that is formed to protrude in the axial direction of the first annular projection and the spool shaft is provided on the outer peripheral portion. In this case, even if the fishing line attached to the reel falls outward from the first flange portion, the second line of the frame overlapping the first annular projection of the first flange portion in the axial direction is formed. The annular protrusion is in contact. Therefore, even if the first flange portion is formed to have a larger diameter than the frame, it is possible to prevent the fishline from intruding into the inside of the spool from the gap between the frame and the first flange portion, and biting the wire.
According to a reel of the ninth aspect of the invention, the first annular projection is provided by the second annular projection, and the second annular projection is held at intervals in the radial direction of the first flange portion. In this case, since the overlapping portion of the reel and the frame in the axial direction is increased, the biting line can be further prevented.
The single-bearing reel according to Invention 11 is the reel according to Invention 9 or 10, and the frame further has a circumferential surface formed on the second annular projection. In this case, since the second annular projection is formed with the circumferential surface, the fishing line does not easily enter the inside of the frame even if the fishing line of the first annular projection falls toward the second annular projection.
A single-bearing reel according to Invention 12 is the reel according to Invention 11, wherein the outer side surface is a flat surface substantially perpendicularly intersecting the reel shaft, and the frame further has a line guide which gradually decreases in diameter from the circumferential surface toward the outer side surface. surface. In this case, even if the fishing line falls from the first annular projection toward the circumferential surface, the fishing line is easily guided toward the outer side.
According to the present invention, the cymbal mounting portion and the frame are coupled to the fixed convex portion of the core of the spool shaft, and the fixed position of the cymbal mounting portion in the circumferential direction is changed, thereby making the fishing rod and the finger joint The distance between the operating positions of the brakes is changed. Therefore, when the cymbal mounting portion is fixed to the fixed convex portion of the eccentric core, the fixed portion of the cymbal mounting portion and the frame is less likely to be broken, and the distance between the brake operating portion where the fishing rod and the finger can be adjusted can be adjusted. .
<First Embodiment>
In the first, second, and third figures, the single-bearing reel according to the first embodiment of the present invention includes a reel body 1 and a reel shaft 2 that is supported by the reel body 1 by a cantilever. The reel 3 is rotatably mounted on the outer circumference and is used for winding the reel 3 for the fishing line.
<Configuration of the reel body>
The reel body 1 has a circular frame 10 that supports the spool shaft 2, and a cymbal mounting portion 12 for detachably fixing the fishing rod RD to the frame 10. The frame 10 has a support hole 10a for supporting the spool shaft 2 by a cantilever. The frame 10 has, for example, a metal disk-shaped frame body 13 made of an aluminum alloy or the like, and a metal or a fixed resin portion 14 made of, for example, an aluminum alloy provided in the frame body 13. The frame body 13 is a member in which a thin plate made of an aluminum alloy is formed by press working and has a circular plate shape. The frame body 13 is a circular member having a smaller diameter than the spool 3. The frame main body 13 has an outer surface 10d which is disposed on the outer side (the right side in FIG. 3) of the spool shaft 2 from the first flange portion 36c of the reel 3 which will be described later. The outer peripheral portion of the frame body 13 is curved so as to protrude toward the first flange portion 36a side of the spool 3 as shown in Fig. 4 . The frame main body 13 is an outer peripheral surface 10g at the tip end, and has a second annular projection 10e that is formed to protrude toward the first flange portion 36a. The outer peripheral surface 10g in which the second annular projection 10e is formed is a circumferential surface that is disposed on the inner side (the left side in FIG. 4) from the outer side (the right side in FIG. 4) of the first annular projection 36c. In the first embodiment, the circumferential surface is the proximal end of the outer circumferential surface 10g, and is disposed on the outer side in the axial direction of the distal end of the first annular projection 36c to be described later, and the distal end of the outer circumferential surface 10g is disposed. It is on the inner side in the axial direction than the tip end of the first annular projection 36c. At the base end of the outer peripheral surface 10g of the frame main body 13, the outer side surface 10d which is disposed on the outer side of the first annular projection 36c is curved to gradually reduce the diameter, and the fishing line which is dropped from the reel 3 is formed. The wire guiding surface 10f guided by the outer side surface 10d. In the first embodiment, the wire guiding surface 10f is formed by a curved surface 10h having a rounded cross-sectional shape and a linear tapered surface 10i. The curved surface 10h is such that the reduction ratio is gradually increased. Moreover, the tapered surface 10i has the same reduction ratio. The tapered surface 10i is formed such that the position of the first annular projection 36c on the inner circumferential side is substantially in contact with the inner surface 22a of the arm portion 22 of the cymbal mounting portion 12 by the same radial direction position. Further, the reduction ratio of the wire guide surface 10f may be gradually small or may be gradually increased, and may be constant. And, those combinations are also possible. By forming the wire guiding surface 10f of such a configuration, the finger of the hand holding the fishing rod RD can be placed on the wire guiding surface 10f. Therefore, if the finger placed on the wire guiding surface 10f is slid toward the first flange portion 36a and the brake operation is performed by the finger, the finger sliding toward the first flange portion 36a is returned to the wire guiding surface. 10f, the brake operation by the finger can be released. Therefore, the brake operation and the release operation by the finger can be performed quickly and stably. When the outer side surface 10d of the frame main body 13 is located on the inner side in the axial direction of the first flange portion 36c and there is no wire guide surface 10f protruding from the first flange portion 36a, there is no place where the fingers are placed. Therefore, when the brake is released, the finger needs to be moved away from the first flange portion, and the brake operation and the release operation by the finger are not easily and quickly performed.
As shown in Fig. 3, in the frame body 13, a mounting hole 13a for mounting the fixing convex portion 14 is formed centering on the core C2 which is eccentric from the spool axis C1. Further, a plurality of (for example, eight) passage holes 13b formed at intervals in the circumferential direction are formed outside the radial direction of the attachment hole 13a of the frame body 13.
The fixing convex portion 14 has a mounting portion 14b disposed on the inner side surface 13c of the frame body 13 and having a larger diameter than the mounting hole 13a, and a mounting hole 13a passing through the mounting portion 14b and being formed from the outer surface 10d of the frame body 13 A projecting portion 14c that protrudes in a circular shape. The protruding portion 14c protrudes from the outer side surface 10d of the frame body 13 including the core C1. In the fixing convex portion 14, the hub portion 10b in which the aforementioned support hole 10a is formed along the axis core C1 located at the center of the frame 10 is formed to protrude toward the tip end side of the spool shaft 2. The fixing convex portion 14 may be formed separately from the frame body 13 in the first embodiment, but may be integrally formed with the frame body 13.
The outer diameter of the outer peripheral surface 14a of the fixing convex portion 14 (the outer peripheral surface of the protruding portion 14c) is preferably 30% or more and 70% or less of the outer diameter of the spool 3. In the first embodiment, the outer diameter of the outer peripheral surface 14a is approximately 50% of the outer diameter of the frame body 13. Further, if the outer diameter of the outer peripheral surface 14a is less than 30%, the shaft diameter of the load is insufficient and may be broken. Moreover, if you exceed 70%, the width of the adjustment will be narrower.
The protruding portion 14c protrudes so as to include the spool core C1 around the axis C2. Thereby, the moment acting on the fixed portion due to the load can be reduced. In the tip end of the protruding portion 14c, a circular opening 14d centering on the axis C2 is formed. The opening 14d is formed to screw in and reduce the weight of the fixing bolt 26. The opening 14d is plugged by a nameplate not shown.
As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the mounting portion 14b of the fixing convex portion 14 has a plurality of female screw portions 18 which are disposed at intervals in the circumferential direction outside the radial direction of the protruding portion 14c. The female screw portion 18 is a screw hole for screwing the bolt member 16 for fixing the armor mounting portion 12 to the frame 10. The female screw portion 18 is formed along the axial direction. The bolt member 16 is, for example, a countersunk bolt. In the first embodiment, the armor mounting portion 12 is fixed by the four bolt members 16. The bolt member 16 is fixed to the frame 10 by the cymbal mounting portion 12, and the frame body 13 held between the cymbal mounting portion 12 and the mounting portion 14b is fixed to the fixing convex portion 14.
The cymbal mounting portion 12 is, for example, a member made of a synthetic resin such as a polyamide resin or a glass woven fiber of an aluminum alloy or the like. The cymbal mounting portion 12 has a fixing portion 20 that can be fixed to the frame 10 at any of a plurality of fixed positions different in distance from the spool shaft 2, an arm portion 22, and a mounting leg portion 24. The fixing portion 20 has a ring shape having an inner circumferential surface 20b that is fitted to the outer circumferential surface 14a of the fixing convex portion 14. The fixing portion 20 has a plurality of fixing holes 20a that are arranged at intervals in the circumferential direction. The fixing hole 20a is formed along the axial direction of the spool shaft 2 so as to face the female screw portion 18.
The number of the female screw portions 18 is more preferably than the number of the fixing holes 20a. This is because if the number of female screw portions is small and the number of fixing holes is large, the fixing holes are not used and are exposed from the surface of the fixing portion. In the first embodiment, the number of the female screw portions 18 is eight, and the number of the fixing holes 20a is four. As described above, when the female screw portion 18 is larger than the fixing hole 20a, the female screw portion 18 that is not used is covered by the fixing portion 20 and is not exposed to the outside. In the first embodiment, as shown in Fig. 5, the four bolt members 16 are used, and the cymbal mounting portion 12 can be fixed to the frame 10 at any of the eight fixed positions F1 - F8 in the circumferential direction.
The arm portion 22 is formed integrally with the fixing portion 20 as shown in FIGS. 2 and 3 . The arm portion 22 is bent outward from the fixing portion 20 in the radial direction of the frame 10, and is disposed outward in the radial direction of the spool 3 . The length L of the arm portion 22 in the front-rear direction (the horizontal direction in the second drawing) is 5 mm or more and 20 mm or less, preferably 5 mm or more and 15 mm or less. When the length (width) L of the arm portion 22 in the front-rear direction is shortened, the single-bearing reel can be held by holding the arm portion 22 by the two fingers of the hand holding the fishing rod RD. The thickness of the arm portion 22 is gradually increased from the connection portion with the fixing portion 20, and is the largest at the front side of the curved portion.
The leg portion 24 is integrally formed with the arm portion 22. The leg portion 24 is disposed at the tip end of the arm portion 22 in the front-rear direction and can be attached to the fishing rod RD. Therefore, the leg portion 24 is provided with an installation surface 24a having an arc shape in a cross section which can contact the fishing rod RD.
In the reel body 1 of such a configuration, the armor mounting portion 12 for fitting the outer peripheral surface of the fixing convex portion 14 that protrudes in a circular shape from the position deviated from the axis C1 of the spool shaft 2 as the center C2 is It is fixed to the frame 10. Therefore, as shown in Fig. 5, the distance between the mounting surface 24a of the cymbal mounting portion 12 and the axis C1 of the spool shaft 2 at the eight fixed positions F1-F8 in the circumferential direction of the cymbal mounting portion 12 D1-D8 are different. Specifically, the distances D1 - D5 are gradually increased from the fixed position F1 toward the fixed position F5, and the distance D5 - D1 is gradually decreased from the fixed position F5 toward the fixed position F1. Therefore, by fixing the cymbal mounting portion 12 to the frame 10 from any of the eight fixed positions F1-F8, the distance between the spool shafts 2 of the cymbal mounting portion 12 can be changed, that is, the cymbal mounting portion 12 radial direction position. At the same time, the distances S1 - S8 between the axis C1 of the reel shaft 2 and the center position C3 of the dam mounting portion 12 in the front-rear direction are different at the eight fixed positions F1 - F8. Therefore, the front and rear positions of the cymbal mounting portion 12 of the spool shaft can be changed. Further, since the distance S1 and the distance S5 are "0", they are not easily shown in Fig. 5. Therefore, the cymbal mounting portion 12 can be fixed to any of the eight fixed positions F1 - F8 in which the combinations of the front-rear position and the radial direction are different.
<Composition of reel shaft>
As shown in FIG. 2, the spool shaft 2 has a small-diameter portion 2a at its proximal end that is fitted into a support hole 10a formed in the fixing convex portion 14 of the frame 10. The spool shaft 2 is fixed to the fixing convex portion 14 of the frame 10 by a fixing bolt 26 screwed into the base end surface. At the tip end of the spool shaft 2, a first annular groove 2b and a head portion 2c having a larger diameter than the first annular groove 2b and having a narrower tip end are formed. A shaft fitting portion 2d for attaching the boss 21 to the first annular groove 2b is formed. Further, the proximal end side of the shaft fitting portion 2d is formed to have a larger diameter than the shaft fitting portion 2d, and the second annular groove 2e is formed therein.
<Composition of reel>
The reel 3, as shown in Fig. 2, can be attached to and detached from the spool shaft 2 by a single touch by the one-touch attachment mechanism 6. The spool 3 has a winding flange portion 35 that is rotatably supported by the spool shaft 2, and a first flange portion 36a and a second flange portion 36b. These are integrally formed. But these are also possible to form a body.
The winding nip portion 35 has a cylindrical coil portion 35a that allows the fishing line to be wound around the outer peripheral surface, and a supporting tubular portion 37 that is rotatably supported by the spool shaft 2 on the inner peripheral side of the coil portion 35a. And a disk-shaped connecting portion 38 that connects the coil portion 35a and the support tubular portion 37. The support tube portion 37 is a tubular member having a through hole 37a through which the spool shaft 2 can pass, and the tip end side is closed by the lid member 31 constituting the one-touch attachment mechanism 6. Between the through hole 37a and the spool shaft 2, the first bearing 40 and the second bearing 42 for rotatably supporting the spool 3 on the spool shaft 2 are installed at intervals in the axial direction. The second bearing 42 is positioned by the retaining member 43 attached to the second annular groove 2e.
The connecting portion 38 is a disk shape that connects the coil portion 35a and the support tubular portion 37. The connecting portion 38 is provided with a lever handle 44 for rotating the spool 3 and a balance weight 46 that is disposed at intervals of 180 degrees in the circumferential direction of the lever handle 44.
The first flange portion 36a is a disk shape that is integrally formed with the winding collar portion 35 at one end portion of the winding collar portion 35. The first flange portion 36a is formed to face the frame 10 of the reel body 1. The outer diameter of the first flange portion 36a is larger than the outer diameter of the frame 10.
As shown in FIG. 4, in the outer surface on the outer peripheral side of the first flange portion 36a, two first annular projections 36c projecting outward in the axial direction from the frame 10 at intervals in the radial direction are formed. The first annular projection 36c on the outer circumferential side is disposed outward of the second annular projection 10e in the radial direction, and protrudes toward the frame 10 so as to overlap the axial direction of the spool shaft 2. The first annular projection 36c on the inner circumferential side is disposed on the inner peripheral side of the second annular projection 10e, and protrudes in such a manner as to overlap the second annular projection 10e in the axial direction.
As shown in FIG. 3, the second flange portion 36b is integrally formed so as to cover the open portion of the reel body 1 at the other end portion of the winding hook portion 35. In the first embodiment, the second flange portion 36b is formed to have the same diameter as the first flange portion 36a. However, the second flange portion 36b may have a different diameter from the first flange portion 36a. For example, the second flange portion 36b may be formed to have a smaller diameter than the first flange portion 36a.
<Configuration of one-touch handling mechanism>
As shown in Fig. 2, the one-touch attachment mechanism 6 has a spring member 30 made of an elastic wire that is locked to the first annular groove 2b of the spool shaft 2, and is used to stop the spring member 30. The cover member 31 fixed to the tip end of the support tubular portion 37 and the push button 32 movably mounted in the axial direction of the cover member 31 and the shaft for arranging the spring member 30 between the cover member 31 and the cover member 31 Set of 21. The boss 21 is a position in the circumferential direction of the push button 32.
The spring member 30 is a spring for attaching the spool 3 to the spool shaft 2 so that the spool 3 cannot move in the axial direction. Further, the spring member 30 also has a function of pushing the push button 32 forward (the left side of FIG. 3). The spring member 30 is formed by bending the elastic wire, and causes a forward force to be generated when deformed.
In the one-touch attachment mechanism 6 having such a configuration, when the push button 32 is pressed, the spring member 30 is detached from the first annular groove 2b, and the spool 3 is removed from the spool shaft 2. When the reel 3 is attached to the spool shaft 2, the spring member 30 is enlarged, and is locked in the first annular groove 2b and is stopped by the spool shaft 2. Next, a method of fixing the cymbal mounting portion 12 will be described.
For example, in the fifth figure, the short-mounted person such as a female attaches the cymbal mounting portion 12 to the frame 10 at the fixed position F1. Moreover, in this case, the index finger or the middle finger holding the fishing rod RD hand approaches the reel 3, and the brake operation by the reel 3 is easily performed. Also, the person who refers to the length is, for example, any one of the fixed positions F2-F8. In the fixed position F2-F4, the axis C1 of the spool shaft 2 moves forward more than the center C3 of the cymbal mounting portion 12. Further, in the fixed position F6-F8, the axis C1 of the spool shaft 2 moves rearward than the center C3 of the cymbal mounting portion 12.
On the other hand, the single-bearing reel may hold the arm portion 22 of the spinning-type reel attachment unit 12. In this case, it is preferable to use the fixed positions F3-F7. In this case, the gap between the leg portion 24 and the frame 10 is increased, and the finger can be passed therethrough. Therefore, for example, the arm portion 22 can be bent between the index finger and the middle finger, and the mounting leg portion 24 can be held together with the fishing rod RD. In this case, by changing the fixed position in accordance with the length of the finger, it is easy to perform the brake operation by the finger.
<Second embodiment>
In the first embodiment, a plurality of (for example, eight) female screw portions 18 are disposed outside the radial direction of the fixing convex portion 14, but the position of the female screw portion is not limited to the first embodiment.
Further, in the second embodiment, a portion having the same function as that of the first embodiment but having the same function is a symbol drawing in which 100 is added to the symbol of the first embodiment. The description of the same components as those of the first embodiment will be omitted.
In the single-bearing reel according to the second embodiment, as shown in Figs. 6 and 7, the fixing shape of the cymbal mounting portion 112 of the frame 110 of the reel body 101 is different from that of the first embodiment. Further, in the second embodiment, the frame body 113 and the fixing convex portion 114 are integrally formed. In the second embodiment, the plurality of female screw portions 118 are radially arranged in the radial direction on the outer circumferential surface 114a of the fixing convex portion 114. Therefore, the dimension of the fixing convex portion 114 in the axial direction is large. Further, the plurality of fixing holes 120a are formed along the radial direction of the fixing portion 120. In the second embodiment, the dimension of the fixing portion 120 in the axial direction is slightly larger than that of the first embodiment, but the dimension in the radial direction is smaller than that of the first embodiment. In the second embodiment, as an example, the number of the fixing holes 120a is three, and the number of the female screw portions 118 is twelve. Therefore, in the second embodiment, the cymbal mounting portion 112 is fixed to the frame 110 by the three bolt members 116. Further, the number of fixed positions is 12 in the second embodiment.
In this case, since the female screw portion 118 is formed on the outer circumferential surface 114a of the fixing convex portion 114 and is disposed along the radial direction on the outer circumferential surface 120b of the fixing portion 120 of the fixing hole 120a, the axial direction of the convex portion 114 and the fixing portion 120 is fixed. The size becomes larger. However, by reducing the size of those radial directions, it is possible to suppress an increase in the overall quality.
<Third embodiment>
In the first embodiment and the second embodiment, the cymbal mounting portion is fixed to the frame by the bolt member, but the present invention is not limited thereto.
Further, in the third embodiment, a portion having the same function as that of the first embodiment but having the same function is a symbol drawing in which the symbol of the first embodiment is 200. The description of the same components as those of the first embodiment will be omitted.
In the single-bearing reel according to the third embodiment, as shown in Fig. 8, in the frame 210, the frame main body 213 and the fixing convex portion 214 are integrally formed by, for example, insert molding. The frame body is made of a metal such as an aluminum alloy, and the fixing convex portion 214 is made of, for example, a synthetic resin such as a polyimide resin impregnated with glass short fibers. A male screw portion 218 is formed on the outer peripheral portion of the tip end of the fixing convex portion 214 of the frame 210 of the reel body 201 in the axial direction, and the fixing portion 220 is fixed by the nut 216. In this case, the positioning portion 250 is provided in order to position the fixing portion 220 in the circumferential direction.
As shown in the enlarged portion A of FIG. 8, the positioning portion 250 has, for example, a positioning pin 252 and a positioning concave portion 254. The positioning pin 252 is urged toward the positioning recess 254 side by the spring member 256. The positioning pin 252 is a mounting recessed portion 214b formed along the radial direction so as to be movably attached to the outer peripheral surface 214a of the fixing convex portion 214 in the radial direction. The positioning pin 252 has a hemispherical head portion 252a and a shaft portion 252b having a smaller diameter than the head portion 252a. On the outer peripheral side of the shaft portion 252b, a spring member 256 such as a coil spring is disposed in a compressed state. The positioning recessed portion 254 is disposed in plural portions of the inner peripheral surface 220b of the fixed portion 220 at intervals in the circumferential direction. The positioning recess 254 is, for example, a spherical or semi-circular recess that forms a recess.
Further, in the third embodiment, the outer diameter of the fixing convex portion 214 is smaller than that of the first embodiment, and the dimension in the axial direction is large. Further, the outer diameter of the fixing portion 220 is the same as that of the second embodiment.
In the single-bearing reel having such a configuration, the cymbal mounting portion 212 can be fixed at all positions at which the positioning portion 250 is positioned. That is, a fixed position of the number of positioning recesses 254 can be obtained. Moreover, the fixing position can be changed without removing the nut 216 as long as it is loose.
<Features>
(A) A single-bearing reel is a reel that is mounted on a fishing rod and can discharge the fishing line forward. The single-bearing reel includes a reel 3 for a coil, a reel shaft 2, and a reel body 1 (101, 201). The spool shaft 2 is rotatably supported by the spool 3. The reel body 1 (101, 201) has a frame 10 (110, 210) that supports the spool shaft 2, and a frame that can be attached to the fishing rod RD and that is variably fixed to the frame by the distance between the spool shafts 2 10 (110, 210) 竿 mounting portion 12 (112, 212). The frame 10 (110, 210) has a circular frame body 13 (113, 213) and a position from the outer side of the frame body 13 (113, 213) to the axis C1 of the spool shaft 2 and being eccentric 8 (axis core C2) is a fixing convex portion 14 (114, 214) provided in such a manner that the shaft core C1 of the spool shaft 2 is circularly protruded, and the armor mounting portion 12 (112, 212) has The inner peripheral surface 20b (120b, 220b) in which the outer peripheral surfaces 14a (114a, 214a) of the convex portions 14 (114, 214) are fitted is fitted.
In the single-bearing reel, the crucible mounting portion 12 (112, 212) of the fishing rod RD is provided such that the inner peripheral surface 20b (120b, 220b) is fitted from a position eccentric to the spool shaft 2 The outer peripheral surface 14a (114a, 214a) of the circularly protruding fixing convex portion 14 (114, 214) is fixed to the frame 10 (110, 210). Therefore, by changing the fixed position in the circumferential direction of the cymbal mounting portion 12 (112, 212), the cymbal mounting portion 12 (112, 212) and the reel 3 mounted on the spool shaft 2 can be changed. the distance. Here, since the fixing convex portion 14 (114, 214) protrudes in a circular shape including the axis of the spool shaft 2, the spool shaft and the fixing convex portion 14 (114, 214) acting on the load caused by the fishing line are used. There is no large difference in the distance between the fixed parts of the ). Therefore, even if the load acts on the spool shaft 2, there is no great torque acting on the fixed portion of the outer peripheral surface 14a (114a, 214a) on the side of the spool shaft 2 away from the fixing projections 14 (114, 214), and the fixed portion (For example, the bolt member 16 (116)) is not easily broken. Here, the cymbal mounting portion 12 (112, 212) and the frame 10 (110, 210) are coupled by the fixing convex portion 14 (114, 214) including the eccentric core C1 of the spool shaft 2, and by The fixed position in the circumferential direction of the cymbal mounting portion 12 (112, 212) is changed, and the distance between the fishing rod RD and the brake operating portion by the finger is changed. Therefore, when the yoke mounting portion 12 (112, 212) is fixed to the eccentric fixing portion 14 (114, 214), the cymbal mounting portion 12 (112, 212) and the frame 10 (110, 210) and the fixed portion are fixed. It is not easily broken, and the distance between the fishing rod RD and the brake operating portion by the finger can be adjusted.
(B) In the single-bearing reel, the cymbal mounting portion 12 (112, 212) has a fixing portion 20 (120, 220), an arm portion 22 (122, 222), and a mounting leg portion 24 (224). ). The fixing portion 20 (120, 220) has an inner peripheral surface 20b (120b, 220b), and is fixed by a plurality of fixed positions in the circumferential direction of the outer peripheral surface 14a (114a, 214a) of the fixed convex portion 14 (114, 214). A position can be fixed to the frame 10 (110, 210). The arm portions 22 (122, 222) are bent outward from the fixing portions 20 (120, 220) toward the outside of the frame 10 (120, 220), and are disposed outward in the radial direction of the spool 3. The leg portion 24 (224) is disposed so that the tip end of the arm portion 22 (122, 222) is disposed in the front-rear direction and can be attached to the fishing rod RD. In this case, the ring-shaped fixing portion 20 (120, 220) can be easily changed by positioning the ring-shaped fixing portion 20 (120, 220) at a plurality of circumferential directions of the fixing convex portions 14 (114, 214) eccentric to the spool shaft 2. The distance between the spool shaft 2 and the cymbal mounting portion 12 (112, 212).
(C) In the single-bearing reel, the fixing portion 20 has a ring shape having an inner circumferential surface 20b, and has a plurality of fixing holes through which at least one bolt member 16 for fixing can pass through at intervals in the circumferential direction. 20a. The frame 10 has a plurality of female screw portions 18 that are disposed on the outer side surface 10d in the radial direction of the fixing convex portion 14 and that face the fixing hole 20a and are spaced apart in the circumferential direction. In this case, by screwing the bolt member 16 into the female screw portion 18 through the fixing hole 20a, the cymbal mounting portion 12 can be surely fixed to the frame 10 at a plurality of fixed positions different in distance from the spool shaft 2. . Further, when the plurality of bolt members 16 are fixed, the loosening of the bolt members 16 caused by the load is less likely to occur, and all the bolt members 16 are less likely to change even if the fixing position is relaxed.
(D) In the single-bearing reel, the frame body 13 and the fixing convex portion 14 are configured separately. The frame body 13 has a mounting hole 13a in which the fixing convex portion 14 is attached around the eccentric core C2, and a plurality of through holes 13b which are disposed to face the fixing hole around the mounting hole 13a. The fixing convex portion 14 is disposed on the inner side surface 13c of the frame body 13. The fixing convex portion 14 has a mounting portion 14b having a larger diameter than the mounting hole 13a, and a protruding portion 14c that penetrates the mounting hole 13a from the mounting portion 14b and protrudes in a circular shape from the outer surface 10d of the frame body 13. The plurality of female screw portions 18 are disposed on the mounting portion 14b facing the through hole 13b. In this case, since the frame body 13 and the fixing convex portion 14 are separate bodies, the fixing convex portion 14 is easily formed. Further, since the female screw portion 18 is formed in the mounting portion 14b of the fixing convex portion 14, the shape of the frame main body 13 can be formed into a thin and simple circular shape, and the frame body 13 can be easily formed. Further, the frame body 13 and the cymbal mounting portion 12 can be fixed to the fixing convex portion 14 by the bolt member 16 as well.
(E) In the single-bearing reel, the frame body 113 and the fixing convex portion 114 are integrally formed. The fixing portion 120 is a ring shape having an inner peripheral surface, and has a plurality of fixing holes 120a through which at least one bolt member 116 for fixing can pass through at intervals in the circumferential direction. The frame 110 has a plurality of female screw portions 118 that are disposed at intervals in the circumferential direction with respect to the fixing hole 120a on the outer circumferential surface of the fixing convex portion 114 and that are screwed by the bolt member 116. In this case, since the female screw portion 118 is formed on the outer circumferential surface of the fixing convex portion 114, the female screw portion 118 is radially arranged. Therefore, even if the frame body 113 and the fixing convex portion 114 having a small thickness are integrally formed, the female screw portion 118 can be easily formed. Further, when the plurality of bolt members 116 are fixed, the loosening of the bolt member 116 caused by the load is less likely to occur, and even if all the bolt members 116 are loose, the fixed position does not easily change.
(F) The number of the plurality of female screw portions 18 (118) is larger than the number of the plurality of fixing holes 20a (120a). In this case, since the number of the female screw portions 18 (118) is larger than the number of the fixing holes 20a (120a), the circumferential direction of the fixing convex portion 14 (114) can be fixed to the fixing hole 20a (120a). More places. Therefore, the distance from the spool shaft 2 can be changed in more detail.
(G) In the single-bearing reel, the length of the arm portions 22 (122, 222) in the front-rear direction is 5 mm or more and 20 mm or less. In this case, since the width of the arm portion 22 (122, 222) is narrow, the arm portion 22 (122, 222), for example, the index finger and the middle finger, can be used to wind the single bearing, such as a spinning reel. Keep it.
(H) In the single-bearing reel, the reel 3 has a winding bobbin portion 35 rotatably supported by the spool shaft 2, and a frame 10 (110, 210) provided near the winding bobbin portion 35. The first flange portion 36a having one end larger than the winding wire portion 35 and the second flange portion 36b provided at the other end of the winding wire portion 35 and having a larger diameter than the winding wire portion 35. The outer diameter of the frame 10 (110, 210) is smaller than the outer diameter of the first flange portion 36a. In this case, since the outer diameter of the first flange portion 36a of the spool 3 is larger than the outer diameter of the frame 10 (110, 210), the first flange portion 36a is directed from the frame 10 (110, 210). The radial direction is prominent outside. Therefore, the brake operation by the finger can be performed on any of the first flange portion 36a and the second flange portion 36b.
(I) In the single-bearing reel, the first flange portion 36a has a first annular projection 36c that is formed to protrude toward the frame 10 (110, 210) at the outer peripheral portion, and the frame 10 (110, 210) is The inner peripheral side of the first annular projection 36c is disposed with a gap therebetween, and has at least one second ring that is formed so as to overlap the first annular projection 36c and the spool shaft 2 in the axial direction at the outer peripheral portion. Protrusion 10e. In this case, even if the fishing line attached to the reel 3 falls outward from the first flange portion 36a, it can be overlapped with the first annular projection 36c of the first flange portion 36a in the axial direction. The second annular projections 10e of the frame 10 (110, 210) are in contact. Therefore, even if the first flange portion 36a is formed to have a larger diameter than the frame 10 (110, 210), it is possible to prevent the fishing line from entering the inside of the reel 3 from the gap between the frame 10 (110, 210) and the first flange portion 36a. A bite line occurred.
(J) In the single-bearing reel, the first annular projections 36c are provided so as to be held by the second annular projections 10e at intervals in the radial direction of the first flange portion 36a. In this case, since the portion where the reel 3 and the frame 10 (110, 210) are overlapped in the axial direction is increased, the biting line can be further prevented.
(K) In the single-bearing reel, the frame 10 (110, 210) further has a circumferential surface 10g formed on the second annular projection 10e. In this case, since the circumferential surface 10g is formed in the second annular projection 10e, even if the fishing line falls from the first annular projection 36c toward the second annular projection 10e, the fishing line does not easily enter the frame 10 (110, 210). The inside of the).
(L) In the single-bearing reel, the outer side surface 10d (110d, 210d) is a flat surface substantially perpendicularly intersecting the spool shaft 2, and the frame 10 (110, 210) further has a circumferential surface 10g toward the outer side 10d is gradually reduced in diameter of the wire guiding surface 10f. In this case, even if the fishing line is dropped from the first annular projection 36c toward the circumferential surface 10g, the fishing line is easily guided toward the outer side surface 10d.
<Other Embodiments>
The embodiment of the present invention has been described above, but the present invention is not limited to the above embodiment, and various modifications can be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention.
(a) In the above-described three embodiments, the single-bearing reel without the traction mechanism is not limited thereto, and a single-bearing reel having a traction mechanism can also be applied. Further, the first flange portion is larger than the frame, but a single-bearing reel having a smaller diameter than the frame can also be applied. Further, the present invention can be applied to all single-bearing reels in which a single-bearing reel is conveyed to the reel after the rotation of the operating lever is shifted.
(b) In the above-described three embodiments, the fixed positions are provided at equal intervals in the circumferential direction, but the fixed positions may be provided at different intervals in the circumferential direction. In this case, it may not be an integral multiple of the fixing hole of the female screw portion.
(c) In the first embodiment, the two first annular projections 36c and one second annular projection 10e are exemplified, but the present invention is not limited thereto. The first annular projection and the second annular projection may be at least one. However, it is preferable from three in terms of ease of manufacture.
1. . . Reel body
2. . . Roll shaft
3. . . reel
6. . . One-touch loading and unloading mechanism
10‧‧‧Frame
10d‧‧‧Outside
10e‧‧‧2nd annular protrusion
10f‧‧‧Line guide surface
12‧‧‧竿Installation Department
14‧‧‧Fixed convex
14a‧‧‧Outer surface
16‧‧‧Bolt components
18‧‧‧Female thread
20‧‧‧ Fixed Department
20a‧‧‧Fixed holes
20b‧‧‧ inner circumference
22‧‧‧ Arms
24‧‧‧Installing the foot
35‧‧‧Reel line
36a‧‧‧1st flange
36b‧‧‧2nd flange
36c‧‧‧1st annular protrusion
37‧‧‧Support tube
101‧‧‧Reel body
110‧‧‧Frame
112‧‧‧竿Installation Department
114‧‧‧Fixed convex
114a‧‧‧ outer perimeter
116‧‧‧Bolt components
118‧‧‧Mask thread
120‧‧‧Fixed Department
120a‧‧‧Fixed holes
201‧‧‧Reel body
210‧‧‧Frame
212‧‧‧竿Installation Department
214‧‧‧Fixed convex
214a‧‧‧ outer perimeter
220‧‧‧ fixed department
220b‧‧‧ inner circumference
[Fig. 1] A front view of a single-bearing reel according to an embodiment of the present invention.
[Fig. 2] Rear view.
[Fig. 3] A cross-sectional view taken along line III-III of Fig. 2.
[Fig. 4] A cross-sectional view of the first flange portion and the outer peripheral side of the frame.
[Fig. 5] A view showing a plurality of mounting positions of the cymbal mounting portion.
Fig. 6 is a view corresponding to Fig. 2 of the second embodiment.
Fig. 7 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line VII-VII of Fig. 6 of the second embodiment.
Fig. 8 is a view corresponding to Fig. 2 of the third embodiment.
1. . . Reel body
2. . . Roll shaft
3. . . reel
10. . . frame
12. . . Department of equipment
14. . . Fixed projection
14a. . . Peripheral surface
20b. . . Inner circumference

Claims (12)

  1. A single-bearing reel which is mountable on a fishing rod and can discharge the fishing line toward the front, and has a reel for winding the reel; and the reel can rotatably support the reel shaft; and the reel body has a frame supporting the spool shaft and a cymbal mounting portion mountable to the fishing rod and fixed to the frame; the frame having a circular frame body and the outer surface of the frame body a fixing convex portion provided in a circular manner so as to include a shaft core of the spool shaft centering on a position of the eccentric shaft, and the cymbal mounting portion having the fixing convex portion The inner peripheral surface to which the outer peripheral surface is fitted and the fixed inner peripheral surface having the inner peripheral surface and the outer peripheral surface of the fixed convex portion in the circumferential direction are fixed to the fixing portion of the frame.
  2. The single-bearing reel according to the first aspect of the invention, wherein the armoring portion further includes an arm portion that is curved and disposed on the reel after extending from the fixing portion toward the outside of the frame The outer side of the arm; and the leg portion are disposed at the front end of the arm portion in the front-rear direction and can be attached to the fishing rod.
  3. The single-bearing reel according to the second aspect of the invention, wherein the fixing portion has a ring shape of the inner circumferential surface, and has at least one bolt member for fixing and is spaced apart in the circumferential direction. Configured In the plurality of fixing holes, the frame has a plurality of female screw portions for arranging the bolt members to be spaced apart in the circumferential direction so as to face the fixing holes in the radial direction of the fixing convex portion.
  4. The single-bearing reel according to the third aspect of the invention, wherein the frame body and the fixing convex portion are formed separately, and the frame body has a mounting hole, and the fixing is performed centering on a position of the eccentric core a convex portion; and a plurality of through holes arranged to face the fixing hole around the mounting hole; the fixing convex portion having a mounting portion disposed on an inner side surface of the frame body and mounted And the protruding portion penetrates the mounting hole from the mounting portion and protrudes in a circular shape from an outer surface of the frame body; the plurality of female screw portions are disposed to face the through hole Installation department.
  5. The single-bearing reel according to the second aspect of the invention, wherein the frame main body and the fixing convex portion are integrally formed, and the fixing portion has a ring shape of the inner circumferential surface and at least one of the fixing portions. The bolt member may have a plurality of fixing holes arranged at intervals in the circumferential direction, and the frame has an outer peripheral surface of the fixing convex portion and the fixing The holes may be disposed facing each other at intervals in the circumferential direction and provided with a plurality of female thread portions for screwing the bolt members.
  6. The single-bearing reel according to any one of claims 3 to 5, wherein the number of the plurality of female thread portions is larger than the number of the plurality of fixing holes.
  7. The single-bearing reel according to any one of claims 2 to 5, wherein the length of the arm portion in the front-rear direction is 5 mm or more and 20 mm or less.
  8. The single-bearing reel according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the reel has a winding portion that is rotatably supported by the reel shaft; and is disposed close to the winding 胴a first flange portion having one end larger than the winding portion of the winding frame; and a second flange portion provided at the other end of the winding portion and having a larger diameter than the winding portion; outside the frame The diameter is smaller than the outer diameter of the first flange portion.
  9. The single-bearing reel according to the eighth aspect of the invention, wherein the first flange portion has a first annular projection that protrudes toward the frame at an outer peripheral portion, and the frame is disposed with the gap therebetween. The outer peripheral side of the first annular projection has at least one second annular projection that is formed to protrude in the axial direction of the first annular projection and the spool shaft.
  10. Such as the single-bearing reel of claim 9 of the patent scope, wherein In the first annular projection, two of the second annular projections are held at intervals in the radial direction of the first flange portion.
  11. The single-bearing reel according to claim 9, wherein the frame further has a circumferential surface formed on the second annular projection.
  12. The single-bearing reel according to claim 11, wherein the outer surface is a flat surface that substantially perpendicularly intersects the spool shaft, and the frame further has a diameter gradually decreasing from the circumferential surface toward the outer surface. Line guide surface.
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